Gina Iniong dedicates upcoming ONE fight to ailing mother

Gina Iniong's upcoming fight isn't going to like her previous ones. Iniong returns to the ONE Championship cage on Saturday against undefeated Jihin Radzuan in ONE: Clash of Legends at Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand, in a bout she dedicates to her family particularly her mother, who has been diagnosed with stage 5 chronic kidney disease. "When we found out about her condition, we were all shocked. We were so clueless. Next thing we know, it's already in stage 5," said Iniong. "My mother didn't want to go to the hospital even though she felt ill. It was only when my older sister noticed swelling [all] over her body that we were able to bring her to the hospital." Iniong...Keep on reading: Gina Iniong dedicates upcoming ONE fight to ailing mother.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 16th, 2019Related News

Battle for food

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger. In 2018, it reported that for the third year in a row, “there has been a rise in world hunger. The absolute number of undernourished people, i.e. those facing chronic food deprivation, has increased to nearly 821 million in 2017, from around 804 million in 2016. These are levels from almost a decade ago.”.....»»

Source: Bworldonline BworldonlineCategory: FinanceFeb 13th, 2019Related News

Chronic decline in vaccination led to outbreak

Chronic decline in vaccination led to outbreak.....»»

Source: Pep PepCategory: GossipFeb 8th, 2019Related News

WATCH: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper do a spontaneous live performance of ‘Shallow’ from A Star is Born

Even Bradley Cooper was surprised! WATCH: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper do a spontaneous live performance of ‘Shallow’ from A Star is Born Bradley Cooper was simply part of the audience at Lady Gaga's Las Vegas concert when she decided they would perform a duet together. The pair performed the song "Shallow" at the spur… link: WATCH: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper do a spontaneous live performance of ‘Shallow’ from A Star is Born.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Jan 30th, 2019Related News

Let them eat more fat? Researcher argues that a balance of types of fat is the key

Public health guidelines, such as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans , have long emphasized reducing dietary fat intake, but nutritionists and other health scientists now have more recent evidence that not all fats have adverse effects. Dietary fats differ with regard to their effects on health and risk for chronic diseases, particularly ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsJan 26th, 2019Related News

Bamboo house: easy to build, sustainable Cubo wins top prize | World news | The Guardian

Earl Forlales awarded 50,000 for trying to address chronic housing shortage in the Philippines The creator of a house made of bamboo that can be put together in four hours to solve the chronic shortag.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsJan 25th, 2019Related News

Andy Murray likely to have statue erected – Wimbledon CEO

Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is likely to be honored with a statue at the historic Grand Slam venue, the All England Club's chief executive told the BBC. The 31-year-old Scot -- who won the grasscourt Grand Slam in 2013 and 2016 -- announced last Friday retirement was on the cards due to a chronic hip injury. He then choked back tears and broke down as he revealed he hoped to end his career at Wimbledon, but admitted the Australian Open which began Monday could be his last event because the constant pain was so bad. Richard Lewis, chief executive of the All England Club, said Murray could well be honored in the same manner as fellow Briton and multiple Wimbledon men's sin...Keep on reading: Andy Murray likely to have statue erected – Wimbledon CEO.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jan 14th, 2019Related News

Andy Murray to make career decision ‘in next week’ after Australian Open exit

AndyMurraysaid he would make a decision on further surgery that could end his career "within a week" after battling to a gutsy, epic five-set defeat in the Australian Open on Monday. The Scot fought to the very end before losing his Melbourne first-round match 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5/7), 6-7 (4/7), 6-2to Roberto Bautista Agut. Murray, who has said he will retire this season because of chronic hip pain, seemed finished at two sets and a break down to the 22nd seeded Spaniard in the first round but somehow battled back to force a fifth set. "Amazing. That was incredible, thank you so, so much to everyone that came out tonight," the three-time Grand Slam champion said after being swept along ...Keep on reading: Andy Murray to make career decision ‘in next week’ after Australian Open exit.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jan 14th, 2019Related News

Aquaman Jason Momoa photobombs newlyweds in Hawaii | Inquirer Entertainment

MANILA, Philippines --- "Aquaman" star Jason Momoa has emerged from the sea and crashed a wedding in Hawaii. While on a holiday trip with friends, Momoa made a spontaneous appearance in a co.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsDec 24th, 2018Related News

Keep pain at bay for faster healing

Pain management is critical to healing. Without proper guidelines for treating pain, patients will experience delayed recovery, a longer hospital stay, readmission, and may eventually suffer from chronic pain. "It is not only an ethical problem but also a medical and economic problem," said Dr. Antonio Montero, head, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Unit, University Hospital Amau de Vilanova, Lerida, Spain. "Acute pain is the most common symptom experienced by surgical patients, and has historically been poorly evaluated and often underrated." Montero was one of the guest speakers during the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS) 74th Annual PCS Congress, presented in collab...Keep on reading: Keep pain at bay for faster healing.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 10th, 2018Related News

Chinese develop skin regeneration material

BEIJING — Chinese scientists have designed a new biodegradable and bioactive material that can enhance wound-healing and skin regeneration. It is difficult for skin wounds to completely heal in cases of large-area burns, severe microbial infections and diabetes. Chronic wounds greatly increase the pain and medical costs of patients. There is therefore a great need […].....»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsDec 10th, 2018Related News

Man dies after coughing up blood clot in shape of lung bronchial tree

A 36-year-old man died from chronic heart failure, a week after coughing up a blood clot that had the shape of a partof his lung. The unidentified man was admitted to the intensive care unit of theUniversity of California San Francisco Medical Center, as per a New England Journal of Medicine article on Nov. 29. His medical history included heart failure, endovascular stenting of an aortic aneurysm and a placement of a permanent pacemaker for complete heart block, among others. During his hospitalization, the man started to cough up phlegm and blood, and at one point it had the shape of the "intact cast of the right bronchial tree." His trachea was then intubated, with the...Keep on reading: Man dies after coughing up blood clot in shape of lung bronchial tree.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 8th, 2018Related News

Kuzma, James lead Lakers rout of Suns for 3rd straight win

LOS ANGELES --- Moritz Wagner drove for a layup to put the Los Angeles Lakers up by 31 points, and his teammates erupted off the bench in spontaneous glee for their German rookie's first NBA field goal. "He learned how to ride a bike!" LeBron James said afterward. "That was that moment. You guys never rode a bike before? Yeah, we were excited. Very excited." The Lakers had plenty of time for fun and frivolity after making easy work of the Phoenix Suns during the next win in an increasingly impressive season. Kyle Kuzma scored 23 points and James had 22 before both sat out the fourth quarter of the Lakers' third home victory in four days, 120-96 over the struggling Suns on Su...Keep on reading: Kuzma, James lead Lakers rout of Suns for 3rd straight win.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 3rd, 2018Related News

Cell phone addiction can lead to joint injuries

Keeping a good posture goes a long way in maintaining good health, including keeping your joints healthy, said Dr. Benjamin Tow, an orthopedic and spine surgeon at Mt. Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore. "Shoulder, back, neck and knees are very common problems because we are active people, we move our joints all the time. The joints can give us a lot of problems as we age, or as we become more active," Tow said. To ensure healthy joints as one ages, Tow advises training the body to maintain a good posture at all times, avoid chronic overloading---meaning, excess weight---that can lead to faster degeneration of the joints, and to always warm up before exercising. When in pain, stop...Keep on reading: Cell phone addiction can lead to joint injuries.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 26th, 2018Related News

Fix wages nationwide, labor groups tell Duterte

As the P25 minimum wage increase for Metro Manila workers took effect on Thursday, labor group Federation of Free Workers (FFW) and affiliates belonging to a coalition called Nagkaisa urged President Duterte to form a presidential commission that would study the creation of a national wage fixing mechanism.   In a statement, FFW said the P25 wage increase, approved by the Regional Tripartite Wage and Productivity Board, was "latest proof of how wages fixed under the mechanism deepens inequality rather than eradicate chronic poverty."   Failure   It said the group and other Nagkaisa affiliates believed "the meager increase simply fits into the 1989 templat...Keep on reading: Fix wages nationwide, labor groups tell Duterte.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 22nd, 2018Related News

Bamboo house for Manila slums wins top prize in future cities contest

BANGKOK — The creator of a low-cost house made of bamboo to tackle the chronic shortage of affordable housing in the Philippine capital has won a top international prize to design future cities in a rapidly urbanizing world. Earl Forlales, 23, won the first prize from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in its Cities […] The post Bamboo house for Manila slums wins top prize in future cities contest appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

Source: Interaksyon InteraksyonCategory: TopNov 22nd, 2018Related News

Duterte bothered by chronic pain near ear

President Rodrigo Duterte is suffering from chronic pain near his ear as a result of a spinal injury he sustained in a motorcycle accident years ago. The President made this revelation in Puerto Princesa City, during the Subaraw Biodiversity Festival on Saturday even as he denied allegations that he was addicted to fentanyl transdermal patches, a powerful anti-pain medication that he used to relieve himself of the pain. "I'm suffering from pain, 24 hours a day. Probably you see me always massaging the left nerve of my lower ear. It's because I'm suffering almost every day nonstop," he said. Motorcycle accident He added: "On a pain scale of one to 10, maybe something like two,...Keep on reading: Duterte bothered by chronic pain near ear.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 12th, 2018Related News

Japan Cabinet approves bill to accept foreign workers

TOKYO, Japan – Japan's Cabinet on Friday, November 2, approved a draft bill to bring more blue-collar foreign workers into the country, in a move to address chronic labor shortages. The draft legislation, now likely to be submitted to Parliament as soon as Friday, has come under attack from both ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsNov 2nd, 2018Related News

Survey finds chronic rhinosinusitis common, burdensome

Results from a large cross-sectional survey of adults who meet diagnostic symptom criteria for chronic rhinosinusitis reveal that most report suffering significant symptoms, high rates of physician visits, and dissatisfaction with current intranasal steroid sprays......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsOct 20th, 2018Related News

Rheumatoid arthritis increased risk of COPD

Individuals with rheumatoid arthritis had an increased risk of hospitalizations for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, compared with the general population, in a Canadian retrospective, population-based cohort study......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsOct 13th, 2018Related News